BOTS and other Internet beasties
Spiders, bots and worms (software) scan the Web for information, index it, and bring it back to computer screens -- saving minutes, or even hours, of search time. These intelligent agents comb the Web for new sites, or updated information on old ones, based on keywords you supply. Readers learn how to develop their own agents, and how they can tap into the enormous potential which lies within the Web.
-- Techniques to save endless hours combing the Web for information
-- Teaches how to design intelligent agents
-- Explores ways intelligent agents can help access information for business and home
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The Need for Agents
What Agents Do
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